The Fern Lace Stitch a is basic lace pattern that is great for beginner lace knitters. It creates a beautiful fabric that gives the appearance of columns of interlocking ferns. It’s good for blankets, shawls, or as a detail in hats, gloves, socks, or sleeves.
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The Oblique Rib Stitch is a simple rib pattern that creates a diagonal broken rib and is great for large pieces of fabric like afghans and pillows, or scarves.
The Woven Rib Stitch is a simple rib pattern that puts a small twist on the traditional rib stitch. By adding slipped stitches a woven textured fabric is created. It’s perfect of manly scarves, blankets, and washcloths.
The Double Twisted 1×1 Rib Stitch is an interesting rib pattern using twisted stitches on both sides of the work to create a tightly braided rib texture. It is great substitute for the traditional 1×1 rib stitch and has an equal amount of horizontal stretch. This means it can be …
This knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the ribbed garter stitch. This simple pattern uses yarn overs in a unique way to create a ribbed texture. It's great for afghans, manly scarves, and even hats.
The Double Lace Rib Stitch is a relatively simple way to dress up the rib stitch that does not pull in the the fabric as much as traditional ribbing. The double lace rib would be great as a decorative panel in any project or could be used to add a …
The Slipped Double Chain Cable Stitch is a cable pattern that uses slipped stitches to create a traveling chain link motif. It is a great detail for home decor projects, scarves, or sweaters.
This knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the broken rib stitch. This is a variation of the rib stitch. it is great for hand bags, beanies, and scarfs.
The Pleated Ruffle Edge Stitch technique allows you to create a frilly beautiful edge to any garment. It’s great for sweater cuffs, top down socks, and blankets.